Multi-Health Systems - Talent Assessment

2017 Catalogue

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WE B w w w. m h s . c o m • EM AIL customerser vice@mhs .com Icon Legend Look for these icons throughout the catalog and use them to identify product information quickly and easily. PRODUCT OVERVIEW DEFINITIONS Quick Reference 2 EQ-I 2.0 3 EQ 360 4 Pearman 5 MSCEIT 6 Entrepreneur EDGE 7 Risk Type Compass 8 Sales AP Customer Service AP BOEI 9 TAIS Image Insights EQ-lizer Emotionally E‚ ective Leader Workshop 10 Change Style Indicator Infl uence Style Indicator 11 Change Navigator Decision Style Profi le 12 Discovery Leadership Profi le Emerging Leader Profi le 13 Paper Planes Inc. Paper Scrapers 14 EdgeWork Press Time 15 The Exchange The Acquisition 16 Organizational Development (OD) Solutions 17 All EI Books See EI Books Tab Table of Contents New Product MHS Talent Assessment Portal Age The appropriate age of respondents with whom the assessment tool can be used. Number of Items The number of items the assessment tool contains. Administration Type The mode in which the assessment tool is completed (e.g., Self-Report or Par- ent-Completed). Administration Time The length of time required to administer the assessment tool. Translations This section indicates whether a translated version of the assessment tool is avail- able. Please contact MHS to ask about other translation options. Qualifi cation Level The minimum level of qualifi cation needed to purchase and use the assessment tool. See page 7 for details. Format(s) The administration and scoring options available for the assessment (i.e., hand- scored, online, or software). Reading Level The minimum grade level at which the respondent needs to be able to read in order to complete the assessment. Complementary Assessments Other instruments from MHS that work well with or are related to the assessment. Reports All of our assessments feature both Coach and Client reports that can be customized according to the individual's user's needs. They are designed with clear instructions, interpretation guidelines and results-driven content for both you and your client throughout the reports. • Personal reports These reports provide information about a single administration, presented numer- ically and graphically, including the individual's scores, how he or she compares to others, and which scales and subscales are elevated. • Workplace reports A self-report used when assessing anyone within the workplace and provides in- depth analysis. • Leadership reports A self-report when assessing leaders within an organization. • Team/Group reports A report used when an organization wishes to work on team-level strategies as it enables discussion around team-level implications. • 360° feedback reports 360 o feedback empowers leaders and managers to master their own development by providing information that they need to be more successful. The result is a powerful 360 o feedback assessment that focuses on the most critical developmen- tal goals of contemporary managers while delivering tremendous return on your training budget. • Simulation reports The opportunity to apply learning concepts is the cornerstone of e‡ ective leadership development programs. DLI o‡ ers the most innovative experiential learning tools available. Our suite of leadership simulations are specifi cally designed to provide con- temporary business leaders with learning opportunities that are relevant and focused. • Organizational reports An important tool for understanding an organization's strengths and challenges prior to implementing any change or new initiative. Organizational reports measure the readiness for change and based on a model that considers change that is planned and change that arrives unexpectedly. Developing readiness for change is the single most important factor in the long term sustainability of an organization. • Higher education reports A report that provides a framework for understanding a student's emotional intelli- gence skills in order to foster academic and life success. Business Simulation 360 o to MHS

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